It’s a sad indictment of modern times that the rule of law is precarious throughout much of charted space. Undoubtedly this is fuelled by a perception that crime pays, and for many a recidivist it pays very well indeed. However, although life on the wrong side of the law may be lucrative it is by no means easy and the lifespan of a typical miscreant is seldom a long one. Punitive fines, aggressive policing and the encouragement of bounty hunters through generous rewards help keep delinquency under a certain degree of control.
The table below lists the most common crimes and their respective fines. Each individual misdemeanour will incur a fine, thus four charges of Criminal Damage will result in a penalty of £800. Crimes such as Assault and Criminal Damage incur relatively low fines as the authorities, whilst not wishing to condone such actions, recognise that these are violent times and that accidents do happen.